Palo Alto Networks Is Now Accepting Papers for the Ignite ‘21 Conference

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This year, Palo Alto Networks' annual security conference, Ignite, will be held virtually—and there will be no shortage of imaginative developments and fascinating, of-the-moment topics to cover! In fact, we hope this year's Ignite conference will be the best yet.

 

Ignite' 21 is free, happening November 16 through 19 and, since it's being held online, will be accessible to anyone, anywhere.

 

The call for papers for Ignite '21 is now open. Palo Alto Networks is looking for speakers and presenters with highly technical backgrounds who can share their experience and expertise around groundbreaking new threat research, innovative best practices, and next-gen cybersecurity technologies. The Ignite program committee is looking for proposals that fall under one of the following topics: Firewalls, Security Services, Secure Access Service Edge - Prisma SASE, Cloud Native Security - Prisma Cloud, Security Analytics - Cortex, or Threat Intel & Consulting - Unit 42.

 

Please be sure to submit your application by the September 17 deadline, and check out the Ignite ’21 call for papers FAQ if you have any questions!

 

 

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Stay Secure,
Joe Delio
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Honestly, Ignite as a whole is one of my favorite technical conferences to go to. The depth of discussions leads to a good learning experience for the most inexperienced Palo-Alto Networks user all the way up to the most experienced of the bunch. I've never walked out of Ignite not learning something new, or feeling like my time would have been better spent doing something else.

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